"Legendary Kashmiri Militant Mast Gul Reemerges after Long Hibernation" , Militant Leadership Monitor, June 2014

Read about Pakistan's Frankenstein’s monster, Mast Gul

"Legendary Kashmiri Militant Mast Gul Reemerges after Long Hibernation" , Militant Leadership Monitor [June 2014 Volume V, Issue 6] [Animesh Roul]
 

"Pakistani militant commander Haroon Khan, bet...ter known as Mast Gul in the Indian subcontinent, has reemerged after a hibernation, perpetrating a string of terrorist attacks inside Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province this February. He is known for his long association with Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and his strong ideological linkages with the religious institution Jamaat-e-Islami. Mast Gul’s brief but violent stint in Kashmir in the mid-1990s is now part of jihadist folklore. However, his deadly comeback as a Taliban commander has raised many eyebrows."

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Militant Leadership Monitor, Volume V, Issue 6, June 2014 (Jamestown Foundation, Washington DC)
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